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1384 Bussemer Ln. $379,900 Ron Thompson 740-683-7089


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62003 Sampson Rd. $649,900 Rhonda Lampton 740-527-2710 OH-0001225887

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with views of the Muskingum River. Nice open concept between the living room, kitchen & dining area. Large basement has a family room, plus additional living space. Covered front porch, 2 car attached garage with a paved driveway. Franklin Local Schools, only minutes to South Zanesville shopping & dining.

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295 Cobblepond Rd. $419,000 Call Office 740-454-6777

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Beautiful Angelique tulip one of the easiest to grow Lee Reich




Angelique is soon to arrive in my garden, but only briefly. And as in years past, I’ll miss her when she leaves and will look forward to her return next spring. She has proven to be one of the prettiest tulips. To describe her petals merely as rose-pink does her injustice. Angelique changes during her stay here each spring. Her blossoms start out neatly folded, upright, and very tulip-like, but over the course of days spread wider and wider. As she opens, she shows off her many petals, making her look like a mix of a peony and a rose. Inside each blossom, the bases of the petals have a yellow glow. Put your nose to a blossom and you can even detect a rose-like aroma. That rose-pink color is not a uniform shade brushed over all the petals. Instead, the petals have a porcelain white background that’s dabbed with rosepink brush strokes of varying intensity. Both the color and the shape of the blossoms hold up well in a vase, the petals on the cut flowers becoming translucent over time. I’ll give you two more reasons to plant Angelique. First, each bulb, given good conditions, will send up multiple flower stalks. Second, Angelique is a tulip that often perennializes. Sure, all tulips are perennial in theory, but the blossoms of most tulips peter out over time. A good site helps tulips – even those that tend to perennialize – last longer. 2D Such a site is bathed in at least five

hours of sun daily while tulips are up out of the ground in spring. After that, some shade is beneficial to keep the ground in which the bulbs are slumbering from getting too warm. Angelique’s bed beneath my grape arbor should prove a perfect home for her. Good nutrition and a well-drained soil encourage the lusty growth that feeds the following year’s blooms. A mulch such as compost could do that feeding at the same time as it insulates the soil to help keep it from getting too warm. After blossoming, Angelique and other tulips make seeds. Rather than letting them do this, I snap off developing seed heads so the plants instead channel their energy to the developing bulbs. Any tulip bulb multiplies and, with time, all those new bulbs begin to crowd each other. How long before the bulbs become overcrowded depends on the kind of bulb and the growing conditions, but diminished flowering is the result. When that begins to happen, it’s time to dig them up, separate them, and replant them. It does not seem possible to have too much of Angelique, but if that happens, she also would make a great gift. Angelique is not a “new kid on the block,” just a new tulip in my garden. She’s been around since 1959, found as a chance mutation in a stock of Granda, another fine, rose-colored, doubleflowered, late tulip. Granda was evidently not as fine as Angelique because it is no longer around.

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OPEN SATURDAY 12-2 817 LEXINGTON AVE. First Time Open. Updated 4-5 bdrm. home, new furnace & central air, new flr. coverings and more. Directions: Pershing Rd. to Lexington

Hostess: Deb Graham 740-819-0217


Stunning massive home in the Maysville SD on rented lot, 4 bdrms., 3 baths & 2560 sq. ft. of living area. Directions: Maysville Pike to LaSalle St. to Trailer Park Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 3435 BOGGS ROAD Great East Location, 2176 sq. ft. finished sq. ft., 2 car garage, 3 bdrms., 2 baths. Directions: I 70 East to Adamsville Exit to Boggs Road Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Gorgeous 3 bdrm. ranch home nestled on 1.98 acres. Large kitchen, formal dining and family room, Private deck overlooking a pool, finished lower level.


Very nice ranch home w/lots to offer including workshop/ shed, covered deck, carport & garage, 3 bdrms., 2 baths and could be bought furnished.

EAST MUSKINGUM SD 1259 LECTRIC LANE 4 Bdrms., 2 full baths, walk out basement, separate 2 car garage, rear deck, great room on Main flr.


Super convenient location, 3 bdrm., 2 ½ bath, large family rm.. Large price reduction. Directions: North on Maple left on Brandywine to Colony Dr. to Terrace Ct. Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

TRI VALLEY SD 2030 HEATHER GREEN DRIVE Large ranch home 1536 sq. ft. of living area offering 3 bdrms., 3 full baths nice dry basement.


2 Separate ranch home style buildings in fantastic company, 7 bedrooms and 7 baths total. Located in the Tri Valley SD.


You will not believe the whole house stunning upgrades, 3 bdrms., granite counter tops and Center island in the kitchen and offers a 2 car garage.


Charming ranch home w/ park like setting 2.86 w/2 fireplaces, 3 bdrms., 2 ½ baths, 3 car garage and newer roof.

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Angelique is a variety of tulip that not only bears beautiful blossoms, but also will repeat the show year after year with a minimum of care.

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6020 Southview, Nashport

Beautiful ranch home offering 3 BR, 2.5 BA and situated right on the golf course! Over 1800 sf of living space, rear patio and 30x24 garage.


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4170 Edwards Dr., Zanesville

Dir: SR 60, R on Vista View, then R on Southview. $179,900 Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818

Lovely all brick ranch on 3 acres m/l offers open floor plan boasting 3 BR, 2 full BA & finished lower level with stone FP. Private scenic backyard. Dir: W on Rt. 40 past WM High School, L on Chapel Hill, R on Kenny Dr. $179,900 Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818

Beautiful family home, updated and move in ready! Offers 5 BR, the 5th being in the bsmt. & 2 full BA. Owners BR has walk in closet and door to its own private deck! Dir: SR 93 towards Adamsville, L on Edwards, 2nd house on left. $149,000




718 Spangler Dr., Zanesville

827 Nancy Ave., Zanesville Attention investors - great 3 BR, 1 BA, open living/dining concept with nice sized kitchen and some updates throughout. Lg. lot consisting of 2 parcels! $59,000 Call: Christy Woodburn, 740-252-8414

This quaint 2 BR, 1 BA would make a great starter home! Plenty of storage/cabinet space in the kitchen, offers a partially finished attic and a full unfinished bsmt. $69,900 Call: Dennis Hitchcock or Amanda Hitchcock, 740-607-8085 740-221-1818



This 2-3 BR home is priced to sell! Offers open living rm./dining rm. Combo, full unfinished bsmt., enclosed back porch and detached 1 car garage. Great rental investment or for 1st time homebuyer! $39,900


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136 N 15th St., Coshocton

Park like setting for this attractive home offering 3 BR, 2 BA and an updated kitchen. Currently rented to a long term renter, would make an excellent investment opportunity for new owners!

$59,900 Call: Dan Robison, 740-221-3749


3620 Old Wheeling Rd., Zanesville

Beautiful ranch style home features 4 BR, 3 full BA, many updates, an indoor riding arena, stable/barn and is nestled on 7 acres. Amazing view from the back deck! $264,900 Call: Leighton Wetzel, 740-868-9847

442 Chestnut St., Coshocton

Beautiful home located in convenient downtown Coshocton. 3 unit multiplex offers two 2 BR, 1 BA apartments and a 1 BR, 1 BA apartment. Currently fully occupied. Would make a great addition to your investment portfolio! $99,900

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12335 Maad Dasch Dr., Dresden

Amazing views from the rear covered patio of this spacious 3 BR, 2 BA ranch home located just outside of town! $259,900

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2004 Hazel Ave., Zanesville

8900 Shady Ln., Blue Rock Relax on the shore of the Muskingum River in this well maintained ranch style home featuring 3 BR, 1 BA. Large deck overlooks the water! $124,900 Call: Sandy Stiers, 740-252-2722

OPEN SUNDAY 12-2 1290 RUSTIC RIDGE Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath home on 3.36 acres. The home is tastefully decorated throughout. 1st floor laundry. 32 x 24 horse barn with 2 stalls with water & electric. DIR: SR 40 East past Perry Elementary, Right on Urbin Hill, Right on Rustic Ridge, Property on left

Host: Tammy Findeiss 740-819-4103 OPEN SUNDAY 12-2 1565 LANGAN LN 2 Bedroom 2 bath home on 2.3 acres. Possible 3rd bedroom down. Family room. 1st floor laundry Many updates Plumbing, heating & electrical DIR: Adamsville Rd to Langlan Lane

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OPEN SUNDAY 2:30-4 7401 NORFIELD RD 1ST TIME OPEN! 30 x 24 pole building has a 1200 sq.ft. apt w/2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Unfinished lower level has plumbed bath. Barn in lower field has electric & water. Seller related to agent DIR:Sonora Rd to Norfield Rd. Right on Norfield, Property on left, Host: Tammy Findeiss


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3230 Dale Rd., Zanesville Well maintained, much loved 3 BR ranch home in convenient north end location. Many updates throughout, pretty level lot and extra attic storage over garage! $115,000 Call: Joyce Haddox, 740-683-7300


This home is perfect for anyone just starting out or ready to downsize. 2 bedroom 1 bath. Detached garage. Fenced yard. Call Tammy (02-427W)

OPEN SUNDAY 12–2 5380 HERITAGE DR Nashport 4 bedroom 2 full 2 half baths. Large family room on lower level with extra media room. Room for more bedrooms down. B -Dryed w/warranty. 1,600 sq ft living space each floor.

DIR: 60 N to Richvale, Right on Richvale. Right on Heritage Dr

Host: Rex Fell 740-624-6432 OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 3155 WINDING WAY 1ST TIME OPEN! Tastefully decorated, well maintained 3 bedroom 1 bath home. 1st floor laundry. Hard wood floors throughout. Modern updated kitchen. DIR: North on Maple to Military, Right on Military, Left at first entrance to Winding Way, Host: Chad Brock 740-607-0448

OPEN SUNDAY 2:30-4 2010 CLAY PIKE Nice 4 possibly 5 bedroom 2 bath ranch home. Basement has been B-Dryed. Nice deck & Detached garage. Seller related to agent. DIR: Chandlersville Rd to Clay Pike. Just past Crenos on right

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3 bedroom 1 bath home. Large 4 bedroom 2 bath home New HVAC & Water heater with hot tub and picnic area in 2013. New flooring and in back. Could easily be freshly painted. Home is move converted to duplex. in ready. Call Debbie Call Connie for details (21-527M) (01-1127L)

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Furniture designers showcase what it means to be sustainable MILAN – Designers are confronting what it means to be sustainable at the Milan Furniture Show. There is the tried and true – durable, sometimes luxurious classic pieces that can be passed down through generations. Increasingly, the focus is also on materials and sourcing, ensuring that they exploit neither workers nor the environment. Perhaps pieces are built from recycled materials, or thought is given to their eventual recyclability. And designers are also using their work to address problems facing society in public spaces and private, including energy use, pollution and human flows. “Design needs to bring social innovation. It cannot be reduced to an embellishment,” said architect Carlo Ratti, who recreated the four seasons under a crystaltopped pavilion opposite Milan’s Duomo cathedral. Ratti, who runs an MIT research project exploring new technologies and design in cities, used heat generated by dropping the temperatures for winter to create summer. He called that “an exercise in circular economies,” exploring the relationship between nature and the city, and the effect of climate change. Some highlights from the Milan Furniture Fair and collateral design week events that ran April 17-22:

Another Knoll classic is born Marc Newson’s Aluminum chair for Knoll is “part diving board, part trampoline,” says the brand’s director of design Benjamin Pardo. The mesh seat of the cantilevered chair appears to float over a curved tubular base, while the elastomeric-polyester knit mesh provides a fun, bouncy give in the seat and back. The design is exceptionally simple, comprising three elements: a metal frame that is 100 percent recycled aluminum, fabric and glass reinforcements. “All three need each other to work. The frame on its own would have very little stability,” Newson said. The side chair, for home or office use, comes in three frame colors and six mesh shades, allowing for bold combinations for the contemporary eye. And it stacks.

The seat is in the DNA of the Knoll group, bringing together both a lean profile and simplicity, with strong technical aspects. “It says Knoll,” Newson said. “It is quite a graphic product.”

Challenging the design model The Swedish design company HEM (Swedish for home) is challenging furniture retail concepts by having a mail-order-only business, about 60 percent in the United States from a Pennsylvania warehouse. CEO Petrus Palmer aims to create a luxury version of IKEA, bringing together designers from across disciplines. The no-store strategy allows it to keep prices from its competitors, Palmer said. Austrian fashion designer Arthur Arbesser created a series of geometric-patterned throw blankets for HEM’s latest collection, ranging from reassuring dark green to more feminine salmon and umber shades, taking inspiration from his native Vienna. “The idea is to do something that reminds you of something old, that you have seen before,” Arbesser said. “I think living in this moment, you tend to feel comfort where you can relate to things that evoke something.” Fashion designers kept their hands in the design world elsewhere. Ermenegildo Zegna weighed in with high-end objects for the man who really does have everything. There are woven, leather-covered soccer balls, leather-clad turntables and zip leather cases for matching slippers. Houses like Bottega Veneta have made a bigger commitment to the design space. The brand’s biennial collection included seating, with its trademark intrecciato weave falling off into a funky fringe, a bronze chandelier cast with the brand’s weave pattern, and a new version of its Arches table with a black and white marble tabletop from a French

An aluminum chair by Marc Newson for Knoll. PHOTOS BY ANTONIO CALANNI/AP

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Just in time for summer fun! 3 Bdrm, 2.5 Ba open concept waterfront home (app. 1,936 sq ft) on 2.3 +/-ac on the Muskingum River plus Retreat/Guest House/Event Center (app. 1,920 sq ft) and boat ramp. 12 mi. south of Zanesville off OH-60. OH-0001224832

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Ready to move into. Many updates! 3 bedrooms & large living room w/formal dining room & fully applianced modern kitchen w/Corian counter tops. Private fenced backyard, front Porch w/Muskingum River views, attached garage & new storage shed!


Armchairs by Bottega Veneta are displayed April 17 during Milan Furniture Week.

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2416 Bell Street Zanesville, OH 43701

high traffic corner lot. Could be converted to your business needs or convert back to single family housing very easily. Super location.

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Historic 6BR/2+BA 2-1/2 story on a corner lot on a quiet, tree-lined street. The many extras include large rooms, formal dining room and 7 fireplaces. Private-entry apartment. Beautiful new private patio leading to a screened in porch!




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cave that had been closed for 75 years.

German designer Werner Aisslinger speaks April 16 in Milan. He designed pieces for outdoor furniture maker Dedon that were displayed during Milan Furniture Week. ANTONIO

Enduring design language German designer Werner Aisslinger considered the design language when he approached his first project for the outdoor furniture maker Dedon. He wanted to get away from the rectangular shapes that have characterized the niche, and considered Le Corbusier’s round, leather-upholstered chairs. “It was the right moment to have this


sort of friendly, open, round shape,” Aisslinger said. “When you do an archetype shape, you are closer to the idea that things are long lasting. So people might not throw them away. That is the best that can happen in the discussion of sustainability.” Aisslinger’s Cirql constellations of round chairs and tables are made of Dedon’s trademark synthetic fiber woven over aluminum bases by Filippino artisans trained in the rattan weaving tradition. The pieces have a graphic impact with crisscross weaving on the winged chair backs and a striped effect on the sloped base of the dining chair and stool/side table.

MUSKINGUM COUNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 541 William Cochran to Shawna D. Sowers, 2543 Geneva Drive, Zanesville, $95,000 542 Aaron German and Margie Betts to Cody and Megan Johnson, 3355 Colonel Jackson Drive, Zanesville, $260,000 543 Mary Margaret Arnold to Kimberly S. Brandfass, 15 S. Seventh St., Zanesville, $1,800 544 Matthew E. and Amy Starner to Matt Vallee, 1330 Westwood Drive, Zanesville, $95,000 545 Brenda Fink to Brandon M. and Taryn D. Burkett, 3851 Hemmers Lane, Zanesville, $175,000 546 Donalene J. Reynolds to Jeffrey A. Strauss, 6 Stevy Lane, Frazeysburg, $79,000 547 Sandra S. Bird to Edwards Properties LLC, 1730 Ridge Ave., Zanesville, $45,000

May 1

548 Sharon Sue Vickers to Jonathan and Jessica Clapper, 11115 Dutch Hill Road, Dresden, $130,000 549 Bijan Goodarzi to Niner Twenty LLC, 3832 Chandlersville Road, Zanesville, $45,000 550 Timothy and Cheryl Wood to James A. and Lucinda S. Watts, 3305 Boggs Road, Zanesville, $39,000 551 Stephen B. and Gina Inman to Christopher D. and Sonya S. Paisley, 511 Pleasant Grove Road, Zanesville, $114,000 552 William W. Kincer Jr. to Christy L. 6D Ater and Todd J. Dotson, 125 Due Mel Drive, Zanesville, $155,000

553 Kathleen Ervin to Jay P. Colling, 310 Mill St., Duncan Falls, $42,900 554 Jeffery Hodge to Rick L. Nutt and Mary Gene Boteler, 1412 Marion Ave., Zanesville, $179,500 555 Christopher D. and Tonya M. Steele to Michael A. and Logan F. Rasmusson, 7144 Eaglepoint Drive, Nashport, $280,000 556 1135 J Brandywine LLC to Mary T. Baker, 1135 Brandywine Blvd., Zanesville, $80,000

565 Edward Knight and Judith H. Rhoads to Charles Henry and Shirley Blosser, 0.935 and 0.682 acres, Meigs Township, $2,000 566 Brian M. and Nora Taylor to Seth L. Newsome and Emily N. Posey, 439 Yale Ave., Zanesville, $129,900 567 Clinton R. and Chandler L. Myers

to Brian and Nora Taylor, 1245 Kevrob Drive, Zanesville, $179,999 568 Pamela S. Halsey to Robert B. and Kari M. Chandler, 965 Patricia Road, Zanesville, $83,000 See TRANSFERS, Page 7D

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May 2

(740) 819-6324 Email- Carla.Williams@CarlaWilliamsGroup.com 1100 Brandywine Blvd Bldg A, Zanesville

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4 • 3991 Litho Lane Zanesville • New Listing!

NEW LISTING! This 4br, 3 ½ bath home has been beautifully updated and is move-in ready. The main level has an open concept that makes this home perfect for entertaining or family gatherings. Finished lower level adds additional living space and has a walkout to the large yard. You will love the outdoor living space complete with an inground pool, grilling area, and fire pit. Who needs to go on vacation when you have a backyard like this! Hosted by Kail Musgrave. Directions: North on Dresden Road to Richey Road to Litho Lane

557 Richard A. and Michelle R. Roe to Lindsey M. Matthews, 7034 Eaglepoint Drive, Nashport, $249,900 558 Joanne E. Kregle to Carolyn Wheeler, 5368 E. Sheffield Circle, Zanesville, $215,000 559 Paula G. Fargus to Stacey Stevens, 3710 Valley View Road, Zanesville, $159,900 560 Earl F. and Sharon K. Heise to Bridgette Gomillion Williams, 240 Mockingbird Hill Road, Zanesville, $264,000 561 Jesse Lee Passwaters to Brenda Smith, 730 Merrick Ave., Zanesville, $89,000 562 Philip Eugene Morosko to Stephen L. and Misty D. Meredith, 141 Mead St., Zanesville, $25,000


45 E King Street Zanesville

NEW LISTING! Everything in this house is brand new! On the main level, you have the living room, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom and bathroom with laundry area. On the second level, you have two large bedrooms with walk-in closets. Nice large backyard with new deck and a two-car garage. Located in Maysville School District.


810 Brown Street Zanesville

NEW LISTING! A charming one-story home located on the north end of Zanesville. On the main level, you have the living room, kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The full lower level could be finished for additional space. Nice deck out back looking over the large yard. One car attached garage.


May 3 563 W&S Funds LLC to Courtney Carnes, 830 Warwick Ave., Zanesville, $42,900 564 Randall A. and Teresa Kopchak to Tammy J. Polk, 16 Glessner Ave., Zanesville, $54,900

3280 Nob Hill Zanesville




April 30

NEW LISTING! Lovely ranch home located close to the Zanesville Country Club. This home features true hardwood floors throughout with a spacious updated kitchen. On the main level, you have large living room, kitchen, dining room, 3 bedrooms, and a full bath. The lower level has a walkout to the backyard and can easily be finished for additional living space plus it is already plumbed for a second bathroom.

1162 Rankin Drive Zanesville

Northwood Subdivision. This spacious 4BR brick home is located in one of Zanesville’s most prestigious neighborhoods. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. This home has so much to offer and is one of the best in the neighborhood. This home sits on a large level lot close to the Zanesville Country Club. Turn this blank canvas into your very own Masterpiece. The possibilities are endless! This quality, solid brick home is priced well below market value for a quick sale.


PROPERTY TRANSFERS EXEMPT FROM CONVEYANCE FEES April 30 E415 David R. Wilson to Tara C. Wilson, 3900 Holbein Drive, Zanesville E416 Rochelle R. Berry to Rochelle R. and Terry A. Berry, 511 Main St., Dresden E417 Cynthia N. Stotts to Wesley J. Stotts, 3570 Raider Road, Dresden E418 Sandra K. James to Jeffrey A. and Jerry L. James, Joni R. Howard, 3515 Church Hill Road, Zanesville E419 Jack L. Lowry to Becky Sue Lowry, 1180 Potts Lane, Zanesville E420 Donna L. Dunlap to Patrick B. Dunlap, TR, 810 Brown St., Zanesville

May 1 E421 EJ Zanesville Partners LLC to Village of Wellington Place Condos, New Units 69-70, Wellington Place Condos, Zanesville

May 2 E427 Veronica Plants to Muskingum County, 401 Main St., Zanesville E428 Joseph P. Allen to Mel Rose Investments LLC, 1817 Maple Ave., Zanesville E429 Robert B. Wheeler to Kimberly R. Melvin, 309 Downing Drive, Zanesville

May 3 E430 William H. and Elizabeth J. Butler to Robert E. and Patrick Butler, 1650 Rubicon Drive, Zanesville E431 Louise M. Mayle to Oneita Adams, 786 Pine St., Zanesville E432 Laura D. Johnston to Joseph M. Nowakowski, 177 Lowery Lane, New Concord E433 Lori L. Goodnite to Michelle Parmer, 903 Prospect Ave., Zanesville E434 Richard D. Mullinex to Melissa J. Mullinex, 1408 National Way, Zanesville E435 Mary E. Mahle to Cathy D. Mahle, 503 Brighton Blvd., Zanesville E436 Richard Lee Creeks to Laurel Lyne Creeks, 400 Wildwood Drive, Zanesville E437 Vivien Johnson to Christina Johnson, 1114 Central Ave., Zanesville

May 4 E438 Thomas B. Sefton to Rachela A. Sefton, 78 Peggs St., Roseville E439 Diana L. Tom to Ronald E. Tom, 3838 Chandlersville Road, Zanesville E440 Ralph W. McGeary to Deborah R. McGeary, 3950 Perl Road, New Concord E441 Joshua A. Tweet to Board of County Commissioners, Muskingum County, 730 Shinnick St., Zanesville

2018 Guernsey-Muskingum Valley Association of REALTORS Dave Ogle,President

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT PERSON TO SELL YOUR HOUSE Your guide to hiring the listing agent who can set you up for success. Your home is where you’ve lived and loved, where you’ve laughed and cried, where you’ve huddled and snuggled. You’re the pea, your home is the pod. And you’ve been through a lot together. Now that it’s time to put it on the market, you’re likely experiencing some sadness, plus plenty of anxiety. Because really: How often does your future depend on selling your past? If you’re a little overwhelmed, we don’t blame you. But there’s also good news: You don’t have to go it alone. A listing agent has your back when it comes to the financials, like setting a listing price and marketing, staging, and making repairs to your house. He or she can also help you navigate more personal issues, such as your timeline, and what you’re hoping to achieve with the sale. For all of those reasons, it’s important to find an expert who is right for you and your specific situation, and who can help you get what you want. Here’s how. Know What a Listing Agent Can Do for You Before you start interviewing prospective agents, have a clear sense of what you want to get out of the selling process. When so much money is on the table, it’s crucial to know what your goals are, so that you can find an agent who really speaks to them. Then, it helps to understand what a listing agent does (other than sell your most valuable asset — no big deal). The listing agent will: • Work with you to price your home • Market your home (we’re talking pretty pictures, social media promo, cute staging — the works) • Negotiate with home buyers • Usher the home sale through inspection and closing Ask These Questions to Find a Great Listing Agent Here, time is on your side. Aim to hire a listing agent six to eight weeks — or more — before the day your house is listed on the market. You’ll be grateful for the cushion, especially if the agent you ultimately hire recommends that you make repairs or upgrades to your home before it’s listed. (That wouldn’t be unusual.) To find prospective agents, start with your network. Ask friends, relatives, neighbors, and colleagues for recommendations. Word-of-mouth endorsements, as always, can be priceless. You can also turn to another trusted friend: the internet. Property websites such as realtor. com® have directories that let you search for agents in your area. These databases can clue you into important details, such as an agent’s years of experience, number of homes sold, and past client reviews. Three out of four home sellers only contact one candidate before picking their listing agent. While that may be the norm, it’s smarter to shop around. Interview at least three agents before deciding on the one you want to work with. During the interviews, ask these questions to help assess whether an agent is the right fit you: • Do you work as an agent full-time? • How long have you been in the business? • How many homes have you sold in my neighborhood in the past year? • What’s the typical price range of homes you sell? • What’s your fee? • How will you market my home? • Will I be working with you directly, or with a team? • Will you provide one-on-one service? • How long on average are your listings on market? Your average sold-to-list price The bottom-line: It’s in your best interest to pick an agent who understands your goals, fits your personality, and can get your home sold for top dollar. When you meet someone, who can offer all of the above, congratulations — you’ve found your listing agent. First Thing: Know What You’re Signing up For Now that you know what you’re getting when you find the right listing agent, let’s make sure you know what you’re committing to when you sign that agent’s “representation agreement.” The most common type of representation agreement is the exclusive right-to-sell agreement — a legally binding contract that states you’re going to use that agent to sell your house. Under this agreement, you’re giving the agent (and the agent’s brokerage) the right to sell the home for a mutually agreed-upon time period and compensation. IOW: You get peace of mind that you have a dedicated agent; the agent gets peace of mind that you’re only using their services. Other common terms include the agent’s duties to you, like marketing, and a dispute resolution plan. There are other types of representation agreements, where agents don’t have exclusive rights to sell the property — meaning multiple agents can try to sell the home and compete for the commission. However, when agents know a listing is exclusively theirs, they’re fully invested in selling the property (which, again, should also give you peace of mind). Every contract has an expiration date, but the length of the contract can vary. Some are three-months; others six months. It all depends on what you and the agent agree upon. If the contract expires before your house is sold, you can re-list your home with another agent. Of course, there’s a chance you sign an exclusive listing agreement but just aren’t satisfied with the job your agent is doing. To protect yourself, make sure the representation agreement has a cancellation or termination clause that lets you void the contract before the expiration date without any financial penalty. Understand How a Listing Agent Gets Paid So … at the end of the day, how do listing agents get compensated for their work? Real estate commissions — including the listing agent’s commission — are typically charged as a percentage of the home’s sales price. For example, on a $300,000 house, a 6% commission would cost $18,000. Commissions are negotiable. The commission is usually split between the listing agent and the buyer’s agent as well as their respective brokers. A caveat: If an agent represents the seller and the buyer, the agent becomes a dual agent and earns both sides of the commission. In dual agency, you may have more room to negotiate the rate — just keep in mind that you’re not being represented exclusively as you are in single agency. You may want to hire an attorney to review documents and help you negotiate. The listing agent’s commission fee often covers the cost of professional photos, marketing and marketing materials, and any administrative fees charged by the agent’s brokerage. Also, consider this: Great agents — with their pretty photography, HGTV-worthy staging tricks, and marketing smarts — earn their keep. So, if you’ve read all of the above, you’ve done your homework to find a great agent. Now you’re ready to sell that house.


569 James R. Cavanaugh to Earl A. Davis Sr., 784 Westbourne Ave., Zanesville, $17,000 570 Virginia Heins to Victoria F. and Tracy J. Beale Sr., 5780 Poplar Drive, Nashport, $175,000 571 Tommy W. Hill to James D. Drake, 9770 Hickory St., Blue Rock, $5,000 572 Marjorie E. McKee to Jeffrey W. and Cathie Ann Kreager, 2730 Tom Road, Chandlersville, $300,000 573 Kevin A. Bunting to Andrew B. Cameron, 4070 Adamsville Road, Zanesville, $387,129.50 574 John Lincoln Campbell to Brandon Killoran, 469 White Oak Ave., Zanesville, $105,000 575 Kyle D. and Kelley K. Moyer to Christopher Mehl, 1905 N. Dietz Road, Zanesville, $186,000 576 Scott I. McDonald to Ryan Anthony and Holly Ann Wise, 8480 Dickson Road, New Concord, $31,500 577 Gerald B. and Mary Barbara Jones to Clint Edward and Tiffany Marie Fox, 175 Barrington Road, New Concord, $258,500 578 Deborah R. McGreary to Knellington Properties II LLC, 3950 Perl Road, New Concord, $144,000


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E422 Frances Eileen Rupe to Frances Eileen Rupe, 8893 S. River Road, Blue Rock E423 Deanna L. Mox to Wayne B. Mox, 354 McConnell Ave., Zanesville E424 Jane Kay Cowan to Oran Cowan, 2042 Dunzweiler Drive, Zanesville E425 Jason R. Mock to Jason R. and Kelly M. Mock, 3155 Wayne Ridge Road, Zanesville E426 Willard G. and Joan I. Poland to William G. Poland, 316 Walker Drive, Zanesville


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Carol Goff & Associates


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OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY, 5-20-2018 1-3 P.M. & WEDNESDAY 5-23-2018 5-8 P.M. 6140 ARNIE’S DR. $185,000 Lovely ranch style home located in Tri Valley School District. This 1596 sq. ft. home was built in 2002 & has an open concept between the kitchen, dining & living room. Walk in closet in the Master Bedroom. Patio is great for summer entertaining. Easy access to Vista Golf Course.

Carol Goff 819-2301 Owner

Lori Frank 704-5511 Broker

Shannon Adams 819-1641 Realtor

PET OF THE WEEK Marah 7-month-old female Animal Shelter Society Inc. 740-452-1077

Live in your own country resort! 12 acres & a custom built home that has room for everyone. Vaulted ceilings in the living room, complete with hickory cabinets. Beautiful views of the countryside from the living room. The basement has a Mother in law suite, complete with a full kitchen. Outside there is a pond & a 33’ pool, great for those hot summer days! There is also a large outbuilding on the property that has endless possibilities! Dir: State Route 40 E, past New Concord, left on Sampson Rd.



Lisa Finnell 221-5431 Realtor

Ron Thompson 683-7089 Realtor

Completely remodeled home in West Muskingum Schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 2 car garage & a full basement. Located close to all North end amenities. Dir: State Route 60 N. Left on Ash Meadows, left on Douglas, home is on the left



HOSTESS: RHONDA LAMPTON 740-527-2710 Ric Dodson 221-9946 Realtor

OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY, 5-20-2018 1-3 P.M. 2510 DOUGLAS DR. $164,900

Dir: State Route 60 N, Right on Vista View, right on Arnie’s Dr., home is on the left

OPEN HOUSE • SUNDAY, 5-20-2018 2-4 P.M. 62003 SAMPSON RD. $649,900

Bonnie Dearth 819-3197 Realtor

1108 Maple Ave. Zanesville, OH

Zanesville • 740-454-6777 New Concord • 740-826-7557 New Lexington • 740-342-4511 Newark • 740-366-2121 Hebron • 740-527-2710 Cambridge • 740-439-1111





10675 HIGHLAND GRANGE RD..$300,000

819 RACE ST. ...................$59,900

803 ST. LOUIS AVE. ........$139,995

LORI DICKENS 740-255-0182

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

Wow! Endless possibilities on this home located just outside of New Concord. Large, open rooms offer great views of the countryside. Full basement & large deck are great for entertaining. Start your own business with the 60 x120 Morton building, or relax outside fishing in the _ acre stocked pond. Additional acreage is available for purchase.

Adorable bungalow located close to all South Zanesville amenities. Home has been updated with fresh paint, plus new carpeting & flooring. Nice deck on the rear of the home. All it needs are your finishing touches! So, if you’re a 1st time home buyer or are looking to downsize, then this is the perfect home for you!

Beautiful home located in a great neighborhood. Kitchen has been updated with new appliances, sink, countertops, & windows. Original hardwood floors in the home, nice side deck overlooking the beautifully landscaped yard. Close to All North end amenities.






1384 BUSSEMER LN.......$379,900

430 FOREST AVE. .............$59,900

1015 BAM LN. ................$224,900

295 COBBLEPOND RD.....$419,000

1114 BENJAMIN AVE. .......$52,000

RON THOMPSON 740-683-7089

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE! Custom built 5-year-old home designed by the owner. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, den, office, 1st floor laundry. 2 fireplaces, pretty kitchen. Barn & a 5-acre lot. Private setting close to town

2 story home with new roof & windows. Updated bath & laundry area on the main floor. Nice living room/ family room. With some TLC, this would make a great starter home! Property is being sold as is.

Beautiful ranch home with frontage of the Muskingum River. Nice open concept between the living room, kitchen & dining area. Large finished basement area has a family room, plus additional living space. Franklin Local Schools.

Gorgeous contemporary home in Cobblepond subdivision. Amazing wrought iron staircase overlooks the 2-story foyer & see through fireplace. Finished lower level has a bar area & a family room. For your outdoor entertainment, there is a large deck with a gazebo & hot tub. East Muskingum Schools. Extra 3 acres are available.

Maysville Schools! Located on a deadend street, this home offers a large, eat in kitchen, living room, & a bedroom on the main level, plus 2 bedrooms upstairs. Home has been well cared for, with some cosmetics this will be a great home.


Sherry Ziemer 607-8471 Realtor

964 COUNTRY CLUB DR..$209,900

Sis Todd 454-8468 Realtor

North end brick ranch home on a large lot with fencing. Partially finished basement with family room. 3 car attached garage. A must see property!

SIS TODD 740-454-8468

2830 PINKERTON RD......$148,900

130 JUANITA DR.............$179,900

2620 S. RIVER RD. .........$164,900

705 ALFRED ST. ...............$59,900

JOHN WELLS 740-617-9748

SHERRY ZIEMER 740-607-8471

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

Beautiful stone home! This home sits close to Maysville schools, and all South Zanesville amenities. Home has many updates including new roof, water lines, electric, furnace & a/c. Large backyard complete with a patio & firepit. Partially finished backyard is perfect for kids & pets to enjoy

Beautiful home in a wooded area. Open floor plan, large finished family room in the basement. Walk in closet in the master bedroom. Large back deck off of the dining room.

Great family home with an open living room, dining room, & kitchen. Kitchen has newer cabinets & counter tops. Original woodwork throughout the home with cherry pocket doors. Great location in Franklin Local Schools. With some TLC, this would be a great family home.

Summer John Sean Daniel Carley Jessica Susan Stacie Dustin Coleen Phillip Judy Lori Julie Neff Barnhouse Bennett Mosholder Wells Faust Crews West Bronkar Dickens Tiffner Muse Covella Baker 819-5829 408-7533 680-0681 704-4443 255-0182 614-949-3482 270-9504 617-9748 740-562-9831 740-607-7729 740-297-5675 740-624-5338 740-617-5677 740-319-0263 Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor

Cheaper than rent! This cute home is move in ready. Finished attic could be used for storage, or as an extra bedroom. Full basement. Nice level yard & big deck that is perfect for grilling out on.

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